Finding Your Online Voice: Political Blogging 101

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WIN’s  Political Training Team and the WIN Writing Group Proudly Present: 

Finding Your Online Voice: Political Blogging 101

 True or False: There are more female bloggers than male in today’s online media?

If you answered true, you are correct! Women made up 50.9% of online blogs in 2010.

However, the New York Times recently reported that men are twice as more likely to take to political blogging than women.

It’s no surprise that online media has become a powerful tool in everyday politics. As attacks on Democrats in the 2012 election promise to be fierce, it’s more important than ever to get your blogging skills in gear!

Join WIN’s Political Training team as we team up with Writing Group for an exciting panel on political blogging. Listen to top female bloggers speak about the basics of online journalism and how you can find your “online” voice.

Amanda Hess, DC sex and gender columnist and blogger
Kay Steiger, online managing editor at Washingtonian magazine and the former editor of CampusProgress.org
Zerline Hughes, communications manager for the Justice Policy Institute
Michelle Kinsey Bruns, tweets for @ClinicEscort and blogs at The Inevitable Preggobelly

WHEN:

Thursday May 12th, 2011
6:30-8pm
RSVP via email to politicaltrainings@winonline.org

WHERE:

Farragut North Area – Address provided to RSVP’s

Refreshments Will Be Served!

SPACE IS LIMITED. PLEASE BE SURE TO RSVP TO ENSURE A SPOT.

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About WIN Writing Group

WIN Writing Group is a network within the Women's Information Network (WIN), Washington's premier professional, political, and social network dedicated to empowering young, pro-choice, Democratic women. From this organization, our writing group was formed to give WIN members a community in which to write. We focus on creative nonfiction, which is defined as any writing that is intended to be read as true.
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